2022 State Golf Tournament

2022 MN STATE GOLF TOURNAMENT NEW BRIGHTON #3718
MAJESTIC OAKS GOLF CLUB 
CROSSROADS COURSE 

SATURDAY AUGUST 27TH AND 28TH 

TEE TIMES STARTING AT 1:00 PM ON SATURDAY(ASK FOR STATE EAGLES TEE TIMES WHEN BOOKING FOR SATURDAY) 

8:00AM SHOTGUN ON SUNDAY 

DISCOUNTED RATES ON FRIDAY FOR PRACTICE ROUND 

YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING AND PAYING AT THE COURSE FOR YOUR OWN TEE TIMES FOR FRIDAY(ASK FOR STATE EAGLES RATE WHEN BOOKING FOR FRIDAY) 

FIRST 9 HOLES ON SATURDAY DETERMINE FLIGHTING FOR SUNDAY  OPEN TO ALL EAGLES MEMBERS IN GOOD STANDING 

MEN’S, SENIOR’S(65 AND OLDER AS OF DAY OF TOURNAMENT) AND WOMEN’S DIVISIONS 

$100.00 INCLUDES 36 HOLES OF GOLF AND CART 

PLEASE EMAIL – TIM SCHMITZ T.SCHMITZ@COMCAST.NET OR BECKY KORSUNSKY BOGEYGIRL73@GMAIL.COM BY AUG 1ST TO LET US KNOW YOU ARE GOLFING 

PAYMENT DUE BY AUGUST 8TH 

CHECKS PAYABLE TO NEW BRIGHTON AERIE #3718 

MAIL TO: 

TIM SCHMITZ & BECKY KORSUNSKY 
5721 SQUIRE LN 
MOUNDS VIEW, MN 55112 

HOTELS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION TO COME LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ‘NEW BRIGHTON EAGLES’ AS ALL INFORMATION WILL BE POSTED ON THERE AS WELL

Robert “Bob” F. Callier, Sr.

Robert F. Callier Sr., 85, of Rochester, MN lost his fight with cancer on Monday, May 9, 2022.

Robert (Bob) was born July 22, 1936 in Stewart, MN to Harry Leroy May and Florence Matilda Callier. He graduated from Lourdes High School in Rochester, MN. Bob served in the Navy from 1955 to 1959. He married June Carolyn Coker at St. John’s Catholic Church in Jacksonville, FL on October 8, 1958.

He served the Eagles with the highest of honor, from the chairs at his local Rochester Aerie #2228 including PWP, 5th District chairs including 5th District PWP, State Aerie chairs including MN PSP, North Central Region Past President, past State Secretary for the MN State Aerie, served countless years as chairman of the 5th Cancer Telethon, and served on many national committees.

Bob is survived by his wife, June Callier; Sons, Robert Callier Jr., Christopher Callier, and Joseph Callier; Grandchildren, Elizabeth and Richard Callier; Great-Grandchildren, Collin, Anna and Alexis Callier; Brothers, David (Marie) May, Ted May, Harry (Patricia) May, Patrick (Joy) May and many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by, son, Richard John Callier.

The Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday, May 13, 2022 at Church of the Resurrection Catholic Church with Father Peter Schuster officiating. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service.

Online condolences are welcome at www.mackenfuneralhome.com

Vernon “Vern” Dell Porter

Vernon “Vern” D. Porter, age 85, of Willmar, passed away Tuesday, April 19, at Bethesda Grand in Willmar.

A celebration of life service will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 4, at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Willmar.  Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the church.  Interment will be at Lebanon Cemetery in New London with military honors provided by the New London American Legion Post #537.  Arrangements are entrusted to Peterson Brothers Funeral Home.

Vernon “Vern” Dell Porter was born on July 7, 1936, in Miller, South Dakota, the son of William Dell and Esther Fern (Horn) Porter.  He grew up in the St. Lawrence and Miller communities, graduated from St. Lawrence High School in 1954 and then served for 3 years in the U.S. Air Force.  On October 11, 1958, Vern was married to Marlene Tepfer and they made their home in Willmar and were blessed with four children, Dell, Glen, Vicki and Gary.  In 1973, they moved to New London.  Vern was employed for over 35 years at the Willmar State Hospital as a hospital aide and activity director.  Following his retirement from the WRTC, he drove school bus and tour bus for 8 years, officially retiring in 2005. 

Vern was an active member of the New London American Legion Post #537 and served as Post Commander in 1986 and was a life member of the Willmar V.F.W. Post #1639.  Vern was also an active member of the Willmar Eagle’s Aire #2334, where he served as President and 3 times as the District President.  In 2005, he was elected the Minnesota State Eagle’s President and was inducted into the Eagle’s Hall of Fame in June of 2010.  During his 45 years of membership with the Eagle’s, Vern was awarded Aeire, District and State Eagle of the Year.  He was very involved in Confidence Learning Center raising over $500,000 for the camp.  In his spare time, Vern enjoyed hunting, fishing and sports.

He is survived by three children, Glen (and Becky) Porter of Andover, Vicki (and Rob) Smith of Willmar and Gary Porter of New London and five grandchildren, Shania, Jared, Jacob, Mattson and Kyler, besides other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Marlene in 2020 and one son, Dell in 1979.

You can view his obituary here.

Best Hospitality Room 2021

That’s right, we did it! At the Grand Convention held in Phoenix, AZ in the dates July 31 – August 5, 2021, the Minnesota hospitality room was voted the best. Our theme was “Minnesota: the Land of 10,000 Beaches.” A huge thank you to all that helped plan, organize, decorate, and run such a successful and award winning room!

Spring State Officer’s Meeting

***UPDATE***

The State Officers’ meetings in Brainerd on Saturday March 19th, 2022 has the new meeting time:

Auxiliary will meet at 1pm.

Aerie will meet at 3pm.

Please look here for any future updates.

There will be a dance on both Friday and Saturday nights with the kitchen open at 5 PM on Friday and 12 noon on Saturday. There will be a dinner served Saturday night after Bingo. Bingo on Saturday at 1pm.

John L. Vogt

John Vogt, 60, of Brainerd, MN, passed away on Friday November 19, 2021 at the St. Cloud Hospital. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday November 26, 2021 at the Brenny Family Funeral Chapel in Baxter, MN at 11:00 AM with  visitation beginning at 10:00 AM. Burial will be at a later date at Evergreen Memorial Gardens in Brainerd.

For more information, please visit the https://www.brenny.com/obituary/John-Vogt

6th District Camp-in 2022

* Canceled *

January 21 & 22, 2022
AmericInn
1005 Brooks Park Drive
Okoboji, IA.
Phone for Reservations – 712-332-9000
Eagles Rate= $84.90 + tax per night.
Have until December 21st to get Eagles Rate.
Food – Fun – Games
Cribbage Tournament Saturday @ 1:00 p.m.
Saturday night Potluck – Please bring a dish to pass.
Bring your own beverages for the weekend & munchies to share if you wish.
Contact Ed Connell if you have any questions.

10th Annual Mesa Golf Tournament

We INVITE YOU to Mesa, AZ for Confidence Learning Center’s 4-Person Golf Scramble Lead by John Tobie & volunteers. Each year friends gather on the beautiful Desert Sands Golf Course for a day of golf and commodore with one goal in mind – to raise funds for Confidence Learning Center – while having fun in the process! This 4-Person Golf Scramble started with an idea; and GREW to a SOLD-OUT event EVERY YEAR!

10th Annual Charity
4 Person Scramble
Golf Tournament

Sunday, February 27th, 2022 at 1pm
Check-in at 11:30 AM

For more information, visit https://www.campconfidence.com/mesa-golf-tournament.